|Frances Langford Show|
Keywords: Frances Langford; old time radio
Downloads: 6,429 (1 review)
|The Bickersons 47 05 18 Blanches Stomach Pains|
Don Ameche has to have a talk with Danny Thomas who thinks he's in love with Frances Langford. Blanche Bickerson wakes up John to complain about being sick, and then tries to get him to make out a Will.
Keywords: The Bickersons; Don Ameche; Danny Thomas; Frances Langford; Comedy; Old Time Radio; OTR
|Tony Martin-31-60 of 60 - Tony Martin|
Free Big Band MP3, 1930s, 78 RPM
Keywords: Popular; Frances Langford; Dinah Shore; alice Faye; Betty Hutton; Victor Young Orchestra; phil harris; Barbara Stanwick
Downloads: 9,870 (1 review)
|The Bickersons (54 episodes)|
Don Ameche and Frances Langford starred as the married couple in this comedy series. The couple spend most of their time arguing (bickering). One might wonder how these two stay together, but they do have their tender moments. Most of these episodes are undated. This is all the information I have.
Keywords: The Bickersons; Don Ameche; Frances Langford; OTR; Old Time Radio; Comedy
Downloads: 23,673 (2 reviews)
|Bob Hope Show 42 12 29 Long Beach Ferry Command|
Bob and Frances Langford talk about their Christmas. At the end of the year, we review the events of Bob's life.
Keywords: Bob Hope Show; Bob Hope; Frances Langford; Comedy; Old Time Radio; OTR
|The Bickersons 46 12 29 Deep Sea Treasure Enterprise|
Frances Langford sings "There's no business like show business". Dom Ameche interviews UCLA coach Bert La Brucherie whose team is going to play in the Rose Bowl game. Don gets mad at Danny Thomas because Danny doesn't want to meet the coach. Danny pictures himself as a football coach. On The Bickersons, John is upset because Blanche gave $1,ooo to her brother Amos so he can start a deep sea diving company.
Keywords: The Drene Show; Drene Time; The Bickersons; Don Ameche; Frances Langford; Danny Thomas; Comedy; Old Time Radio; OTR
|The Frances Langford Don Ameche show (Nov. 2, 1951)|
Example of ABC's ill-fated attempt in daytime programming. "The Frances Langford Don Ameche show" was on the air from noon to 1pm each weekday. The show lasted just six month from September 1951 till March 1952. ABC is said to have lost $20,000 each week on the show, at a time when the network was already fighting for its survival. This is a program from Nov. 2, 1951 with special guest star Chester Morris...
Keywords: Frances Langford; Don Ameche; Classic TV; Live TV; 1951; ABC; 1950's Television; Kinescope; Daytime Television; Richard Hudnut
Downloads: 2,022 (4 reviews)
|Dreaming Out Loud (1940)|
Alice works in the post office at Lum and Abner's General store. She would like to marry Kenneth but her aunt tries everything to prevent it due to a feud with his father. Mystic Nights Videos
Keywords: Lum and Abner; Chester Lauck; Norris Goff; Frances Langford; Frank Craven; Bobs Watson; Irving Bacon; Clara Blandick; Robert Wilcox; Donald Briggs; Robert McKenzie; Phil Harris; Sheila Sheldon; Troy Brown Jr; Mystic Nights Videos
Downloads: 3,424 (2 reviews)
|Activities At PT Boat Base 21, Woendi Island, Dutch New Guinea, 08/02/1944 - United States. Navy|
Naval Photographic Center film #5251. Not in the greatest shape. National Archives description "1) MS-CU Officers in hut for briefing, maps BG-SV.2) CU Hands point at map.3) CU Intelligence officer at map-SV.4) GV-MS Men play softball, football, in camp area.5) MS-CU Men take shower-SV.6) MS Watch rouses sleeping men-2Vs.7) MS Cook in PT boat prepares chow.8) MS-CU Men eat chow on PT.9) MS Night shot--men ease off bowline, PT leaves dock.10) MS-Pan Bob Hope boards PT.11) MS Frances Langford & Pa...
Keywords: WWII; World War, 1939-1945 -- Aerial Operations, American; Bob Hope; World War, 1939-1945 -- Naval Operations, American; Frances Langford; World War, 1939-1945; Patty Thomas; Torpedo-boats -- United States; United States -- Navy -- Aviation; Hope, Bob, 1903-2003; United States. Navy; Langford, Frances; United Service Organizations (U.S.)
The biggest names in Hollywood and Broadway recorded for AFRS during the war years, The American Forces Network can trace its origins back to May 26, 1942, when the War Department established the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS). The U.S. Army began broadcasting from London during World War II, using equipment and studio facilities borrowed from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The first transmission to U.S...
Keywords: AFRS; OTR; WWII; Date With The Duke; Spike Jones; Frances Langford; Charlie Ruggles; Duffys Tavern; Jinx Falkenbur; At Ease; Martha Mears; Comedy Caravan; Gary Moore; Jimmy Durante; Bob Hope; Edward Everett Horton; Kollege Of Musical Knowledge; Kaye Kyser; Mail Call; Dinah Shore; Victor Borge; Johnny Mercer; Raymond Scott; Fred Waring; One Night Stand; Billy Bishop; Melody Roundup; Bill Boyd; Lum and Abner; Jimmy Wakely; Spotlight Bands; Les Brown; Doris Day; Frankie Masters; Bobby Sherwood